Boris Johnson appears on Good Morning Britain for the first time since the fridge incident


Boris Johnson will perform Good morning Britain for the first time since the refrigerator incident three years ago.

In 2019, the prime minister reportedly hid in a fridge when spoken to GMB Producer Jonathan Swain in Yorkshire for a TV interview.

In a clip that was widely circulated at the time, Johnson can be heard saying, “I’ll be right with you,” before heading into a refrigerator along with his helpers.

Three years after the incident GMB announced that the Prime Minister would be interviewed by Susanna Reid at Downing Street.

Kate Garraway, who hosted the program with Richard Madeley on Monday (May 2), confirmed the politician’s forthcoming interview on the show.

“We’ll actually hear from him for once tomorrow,” Garraway said.

A GMB The spokesman said: “In an interview with Susanna Reid at 10 Downing Street, the Prime Minister will meet the presenter face-to-face for his long-awaited appearance GMB.”

Before the fridge incident, Johnson had not appeared on the ITV breakfast show for two years. He was last interviewed as foreign minister in 2017.


“We’d obviously like to interview the Prime Minister for this program,” Reid recently told co-host Ed Balls.

“It hasn’t just been a few days since Boris Johnson joined Good morning Britain but a number of years.”

Good morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/boris-johnson-good-morning-britain-fridge-b2069790.html Boris Johnson appears on Good Morning Britain for the first time since the fridge incident


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